CHS juniors and Globe editors Mitali Sharma and Samantha Zeid traveled to Jefferson City yesterday to testify before the Senate Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence Committee concerning the passing of a 911 Good Samaritan Bill. This bill allows people experiencing or witnessing a drug overdose to call for help without being prosecuted for possession or use of small amounts of an illegal drug. The two were invited to speak because of their Globe article addressing the St. Louis heroin epidemic.
When Sam Hack steps into the spotlight, it's not just as a substitute teacher at CHS. Read more of The Hack is Back on our website under Features. Story by @maddy.ackerburg and @cat.walsh. Photos by John Lamb.
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With the rise in popularity of the fake Instagram account, the Globe debates the pros and cons of this social media movement. Read the April issue's Pro / Con on our website under Opinions. Stories by @karena.tse and @lis.lev
It was not until a hired man leapt into a speed boat, pursued them and threatened to ram into their own boat that CHS alumna (‘83) Robin McDowell and her group of reporters, videographers and photographers reluctantly fled from Benjina, a remote tropical island in Eastern Indonesia. Read Robin Reports on our website under Features. Story by @maddybale. Photos from McDowell.
The first time I ever picked up a stick was when I was at Gay Field playing soccer and there were a few guys playing lacrosse. I asked them what it was and they let me join them,” CHS sophomore and varsity lacrosse starter Trystan Goette said. Read this month's athlete profile by Michael Bernard on our website under Sports. Photo by Carson Holtzman.
An inconspicuous old church basement is not the place where one would expect a jubilant dance workshop to be held, but most Friday nights a month, The St. Louis English Country Dance troupe dance the night away. Read more of Dr. Taylor Dances on our website under Features. Story by Lucy Cohen, @oliva_rl and @tara808. Photos by Akansha Goel.
Following the highly controversial election of Donald Trump, there have been protests across the nation and growing movements toward civic engagement. Globe collected the stories of members of the Clayton community participating in these movements, as well as the stories of Clayton educators who are grappling with how to address these current issues in the classroom. Read the Globe's April cover on our website.
Photos of varsity boys' baseball 11-5 win today against Whitfield by @liz.mills